Arjun Kapoor gets brutally trolled for his reaction to boycott trend; but here’s why netizens won’t boycott his films
In a recent interview Arjun Kapoor opened up about the shocking boycott trend which has taken Bollywood by storm. Sadly, he soon became a target for trolls, who are upset with him but will still not boycott his films for this reason.
Bollywood is going through a dry spell at the moment since netizens have decided to boycott most of their films. While Laal Singh Chaddha was ignore by many members of the audience due to statements made by lead stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Aamir Khan in the past, some are now planning to boycott Brahmāstra claiming that Ranbir Kapoor was allegedly involved in mocking Hindu Gods during his cameo in PK. Well, recently in an interview Arjun Kapoor reacted to this trend and stated that Bollywood should unite and do something about it.
In a chat with Bollywood Hungama, Arjun shared, “I think we made a mistake by being silent about it and that was our decency but people have started taking advantage of that. I think we made a mistake by thinking that ‘our work will speak for ourselves’. You know you don't always need to get your hand dirty but I guess we tolerated it a lot and now people have made this a habit.” Well, this has not gone down well with netizens who are now brutally trolling him.
What’s worse? He is still safe from the boycott trend because trolls are claiming his films don’t work. One tweet read: “Ab ye #ArjunKapoor ki movie ko kaise #Boycott kare jab Pehle se hi itni flop hoti hai iski movies .....” Take a look at some other angry posts from netizens:
On the work front, Arjun recently left his fans in awe with his phenomenal physical transformation. He also inspired many by talking openly about his battle with obesity. The actor, who was last seen in Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns is now gearing up for two other exciting projects-- Vishal Bhardwaj’s directorial debut Kuttey and The Lady Killer co-starring Bhumi Pednekar.
What are your thoughts on the new boycott culture?